Chart makeover: Which clothing brands mess with your head the most?

It’s chart makeover time for the #SWDChallenge and I picked something frivolous  of great importance for this one. A source of immense frustration when shopping for clothes: inconsistent clothing sizes. Despite knowing full well that clothing brands are just messing with your head, trying on new clothes typically results in either of two emotional states: an existential […]

House prices around the CB1 neighbourhood

Cambridge has developed quite a reputation in the past few years. No, not for the university (although I hear that it’s not a bad one), but for crazy high house prices. I guess that’s great if you already own a house here. But not so much if you have recently been looking to buy, thanks […]

Dear Tech People – Diversity and inclusion at top tech companies

How diverse are top tech companies in terms of hiring women and people of colour? Dear Tech People has set out to answer this question and have done some amazing work pulling together data from LinkedIn and AngelList. Their mission: holding tech companies accountable for for diversity. Find out more about how they collect data here. I […]

The violence that women endure

While Women’s Day is all about celebrating women’s achievements, it is also important to reflect on what holds them back. Gender violence and domestic abuse predominantly affects women. I look at some stats on it from the UK.